Tracy Morgan Involved In Car Accident With New Bugatti 5 Years After Near-Fatal Crash

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Jun. 5 2019, Updated 1:12 a.m. ET

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Tracy Morgan got into a car accident just minutes after leaving the dealership in his new $2 million Bugatti on Tuesday, June 4, in New York City. The crash comes almost five years after he was nearly killed in a collision with a Walmart van on a New Jersey turnpike.

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Tracy, 50, was driving his 2012 Bugatti Veyron through Manhattan when he collided with the driver of a Honda CR-V. It's unclear at this time which party was at fault. Cops arrived shortly after the incident to assess damages and file a report.

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The comedian complained of pain from the crash and was examined by medical staff in the back of an ambulance.

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The 30 Rock star took to Twitter to assure fans he was safe and unharmed after the accident.

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"Thanks for any concern but I am totally fine. My NEW CAR? We shall see. Love you all," he tweeted.

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The SNL star was critically injured and almost killed in June 2014 when a Walmart truck crashed into his limo van and caused a six car pileup on a New Jersey turnpike. The wreck resulted in the death of his close friend James "Jimmy Mack" McNair.

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Tracy reportedly reached a settlement with Walmart for approximately $90 million and spent months doing physical rehabilitation.

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